June 28th, 2012
It’s that time again…
This is one of my favorite recipes. Probably because it involves coconut. Definitely because it involves coconut.
P.s. If you’re into Photoshop, I found on this really neat site with tons of free photoshop actions, which I found on Pinterest (wherelse!?).
The photo above is using one of the Polaroid actions.
Anyways, moving onto coconut bars topped with walnuts, all enrobed in creamy chocolate shell. I should just keep a batch in my fridge or freezer. If these were made with almonds, they would taste like Almond Joys (my favorite candy bar!), only better. Recipe can be found HERE.
Aaand, the featured blogger this week is: Willow Bird Baking. While I don’t know Julie personally, she is a sweetheart. She is such an inspiration, has beautiful writing and a blog filled with amazing recipes. If you’ve never visited her site, please do, you will soon be adding Willow Bird Baking to your favorites bar.
Who doesn’t love cake batter alone, yet dipped in chocolate. These are not your traditional cake bites…they are (safe to eat) cake batter, rolled into balls and dipped in CandiQuik. Check out her recipe HERE.
March 28th, 2012
I amaze myself, I really do.
And not in a overly confident kind of amaze.
I am seriously surprised that I pull off some of the treats I make. Like these adorable bunnies and lil’ chicks for example.
Anyone that really knows me, knows that I am not always the most graceful person.
I have been known to pour chocolate candiquik all over white pants, vanilla all over black pants, you get the drift…
The good news is, these bars do not require tedious decorating, drawing on cute little faces, or any crazy assembly, nada.
If you can make almond bark, you totally got this.
There is no excuse in the world not to make these.
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October 25th, 2010
Winter is coming…
We need to gain a few “ell” “bee” “ess”
You know, to help keep us warm…build up our reserves
So who cares
…break out a few ingredients and take 10 minutes out of your day, I promise it will be worth it
I combined the BIG Cheez-It crackers & peanut butter
smooshed them together to form a sandwich
dipped them in chocolate Candiquik
and set them on wax paper to dry
and sprinkled a few crumbled cheese crackers on top…